Today (Jan. 14), Jim Jones and DJ Drama teamed up for We Set The Trends, a 25-track offering that was led by the Migos-assisted title track and sees additional contributions from Icewear Vezzo, Dave East, Pressa, Maino, Fabolous, Rah Swish, Fivio Foreign, and more. Accompanying the new project is a music video for “Intro (Buckmouth),” a proper opening number that sees Jones reaffirming his position as one of the greatest:

“First off, I ain’t none of these niggas, I’m gettin’ money, I do not complain, second off, if I do take a trip, private jets, hotbox the plane, my man got nine, he came home in a month, then he bailed out and got knocked again, these cops, man, they won’t change a bit, they run us all and sell blocks and chains, gentrification, the whole block changed, got my own coins, start sellin’ blockchain…”

Courtesy of Shula The Don, the accompanying clip for “Intro (Buckmouth)” is mainly centered around a night out with Jones and his closest consiglieres. As such, there’s plenty of shots of jewelry, smoke, and fine dining throughout.

Almost a year ago today, Jim Jones teamed up with Harry Fraud for the joint effort The Fraud Department, which saw 11 tracks and additional features from French Montana, Belly, Dave East, Maino, Curren$y, Jay Worthy, Conway the Machine, and more. Since then, the Dipset general has continued to build on his momentum by way of notable contributions on songs like Benny the Butcher’s “Longevity,” Young Thug and Young Stoner Life’s “Mack Truck,” Papoose’s “King Kong,” Peter Rosenberg’s “Snake Eyes,” DJ Kay Slay’s “Rolling 110 Deep,” Dave East’s “Money or Power,” Curren$y’s “The Beach,” and more.

Press play on Jim Jones “Intro (Buckmouth)” below. If you missed it, you can stream We Set The Trends in its entirety here.